The Steneck Lab is looking for several summer interns interested in lobster biology and ecology.  Successful candidates will assist in a multifaceted study of the American lobster along the coast of Maine.  The project involves a mix of field work, laboratory experiments, and data processing.  Field work will include scuba diving (for certified scuba divers), small boat operations, underwater video surveys with a tethered remotely operated vehicle (ROV) and sonar seafloor mapping equipment.  Lab experiments will be focused on lobster behavior of both larvae and juvenile/adults. Interns will analyze data from this and past years and will work with Maine’s Department of Marine Resources to build our lobster biology datab

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